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Oct 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
event on the campus of ohio state university in columbus. a recent cnn poll finds the president has a 51% lead over mitt romney would likely voters in ohio. this is a half-hour. >> hello, buckeyes! [cheers and applause] everyone please give sonya a round of applause for that great introduction? [cheers and applause] it's great to see my friend and one of the finest u.s. senators we have today, sherrod brown in the house. [cheers and applause] and your mayor michael coleman is here. your next congresswoman is here , joyce. is in the house, a man who sometimes looks like he's been to outer space. [laughter] i'm so grateful. he's been such a great friend for a long time. we also have a man who's actually been to outer space. john glenn is in the house. [cheers and applause] before i begin, i've got a question for. are you registered to vote? >> yes. >> if not, today is the last day you can register. it's easy to procrastinate in college. i procrastinated a lot. but we have made it easy. you go to vot. you have until tonight. if you are registered, you can vote
Oct 9, 2012 8:00pm EDT
mitt romney. another poll also give the president the edge on that issue. this is the first time, the first time, that democrats have had the upper hand on taxes in 30 years. this represents a sea change. the six causing republicans to rethink their approach. look at governor run it -- in recent weeks, he has gone to great lengths to moderate his tax proposal to appeal to a broader audience. he went so far as to promised in last week's debate that he would not reduce the net tax burden on the wealthy at all. the second reason for optimism about republicans coming to the table is very simple -- it may be as hard for republicans to compromise on taxes. they may find a result of not compromising to be worse. the scheduled expiration of all the tax breaks at year end gives republicans an incentive to act. presidents -- president obama has stated without equivocation that he will veto an extension of the tax cuts for the above must bracket. they may soon realize that it is far better to extend 98% of the tax cut than none at all. this story in today's "financial times" which i commend to y
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